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The Killing Song

The Killing Song, August 2011
by P.J. Parrish

Simon & Schuster
Featuring: Matt Owens
384 pages
ISBN: 1439189366
EAN: 9781439189368
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"What will it take to stop a deranged international serial killer?"

Fresh Fiction Review

The Killing Song
P.J. Parrish

Reviewed by Tanzey Cutter
Posted June 4, 2011

Thriller Serial Killer

Miami journalist Matt Owens is enjoying having his younger sister Mandy in town for a visit. Regardless of 15 years age difference, they have always been very close. When she disappears from a nightclub dance floor, right before his eyes, and then ends up brutally murdered, Matt will stop at nothing to find her killer.

Pursuing a musical clue left near Mandy's body, Matt's intense research leads him to Paris where he teams up with a beautiful French detective investigating similar crimes to women who fit Mandy's description. As more clues are uncovered, leading them to London and then northern Scotland, it's obvious they are tracking a deranged international serial killer, who's also a musical prodigy. What is the motive for the horrendous assaults and can they catch him before he kills again?

With glimpses into the killer's mind and his past experiences, readers will be hooked from the first chapter of this fast-paced investigative adventure of murder and brutality. A great standalone thriller for the sisters writing duo of P.J. Parrish.

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